Twine is released in Web2.0 summit – the web3.0 application funded by Microsoft founder

Radar Networks announced an invitation-only beta test of its new “semantic web” application, Twine. Today, at the Web 2.0 Summit,

Twine provides a smarter way for people to leverage and contribute to the combined brainpower of their relationships. “We call this ‘knowledge networking,'” said Radar Networks Founder and CEO Nova Spivack. “It’s the next evolution of collective intelligence on the Web. Unlike social networking and community tools, Twine is not just about who you know, it’s about what you know. Twine is the ultimate tool for gathering and sharing knowledge on the Web.

Mr. Spivack, who previously founded Earthweb, funded in part by Paul Allen, the co founder of Microsoft

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